What's up with the hands on this one?

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    What's up with the hands on this one?

    Don't recall hands on the sub600t like this, but then I never have looked at the sharkhunter version that closely. Don't recall ever seeing one for sale on the forums. Are these the original hands?

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=74703

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    Hi cflye, what do you consider different on the SUB600T hands. They are white as they always used to be and I see nothing else special about them

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    Re: What's up with the hands on this one?

    Quote Originally Posted by cflye View Post
    Don't recall hands on the sub600t like this, but then I never have looked at the sharkhunter version that closely. Don't recall ever seeing one for sale on the forums. Are these the original hands?

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=74703
    There were very few of those 600T sharkys produced. Those had white hands for the original hands. They were like the "whitesharks" first produced in the 750T cases, all white hands. Those are quite rare.........

    I would be quite surprised actually if those were NOT the original hands......
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    Re: What's up with the hands on this one?

    I had to take a second look also. Maybe cflye was referring to the first photo where the second hand lined up exactly with the minute hand, so it looked like the minute hand was "sectioned"?

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